Acura started to lose its way back when they decided to lose their model names. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Legend hails from the before-time, but will its price mean it’s quite the find?
There is perhaps no automotive name more reverent than that of BMW’s M3. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe E36 M3 droptop presents with a bit of a tarnished halo. Let’s see if it’s been priced accordingly.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Dale Earnhardt tribute Lumina describes the car as being a “head turner.” Let’s see if its audacious looks and rare five-speed stick can turn it into a deal.
Serious off-roading means taking things slow, and nobody does slow better than today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy LUV. Let’s see if its price could make for a contrastingly quick sale.
With a Volkswagen Phaeton, a chop-top Jeep, Volvo C70 HT, Mercedes 420E or Nissan Xterra on the offering, the Craigslist in Los Angeles offers quite the cachet when the money is, in fact, an object. Let’s see what three grand will buy us in America’s most car-centric city.
The whole idea of a “Hot Rod Lincoln” may be long in the past, but with Cragars and a big 460, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mark III might just be an effective reminder. That is, if it doesn’t cost too many Benjamins.
Do you remember Murilee Martin’s Project Car Hells? Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvette roller could have been stripped straight from their pages. Of course, it could also be an amazing opportunity. We’ll just have to see how it rolls.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Eagle is the second one claimed owned by its seller. His first did over 330K and thinks this one might do likewise. Let’s see if you believe that, and if his price makes it a Vision of loveliness.
Have you ever pondered “If I love the BMW E30 enough to spend all my waking hours with one, why can’t I spend my sleeping hours there too?” If so, then today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 318i is right up your alley. Hopefully its price will be too.
You might not remember all the little cars Chevy sells, but with a six-speed and spritely turbo mill today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Sonic might be the one to know. That is, unless its price makes it eminently forgettable.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer gives us plenty of shots of its reasonably unblemished driver’s side, but only one of its less-pretty curb face. Let’s see if that, and its high miles, overcome a stick shift and a potentially low price.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe LX470 claims it was built to go the distance. We’ll just have to see how far you might be willing to go to buy it.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe car seemingly doesn’t know if it wants to be a Saab or a Subaru. Either way, what you’ll have to figure out is whether or not it’s a good deal.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Grand Wagoneer isn’t a woody, but its custom wrap is perhaps just as interesting. We’ll have to determine if that, and its price, might have you questioning “would I?”
The seller of todays’ Nice Price or Crack Pipe F150 says that it was renovated to give to his grandkids, but was turned down by the ungrateful little snots. Let’s see if it’s now priced to have buyers do the same thing.
If the references to Paddy Hopkirk and 33 EJB mean anything to you, then you’ll no doubt also get today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mini MC40. That’s because it’s a homage to the Monte Carlo rally winning Minis of the ‘60s. Let’s see if you also can dig its price.
At one time, 200 horsepower through the front wheels was a big deal. That may seem quaint to modern eyes. As today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe RSX proves, quaint doesn’t need to mean free from fun, just as long as the price is equally enjoyable.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Impreza says there’s 10K on all its WRX-sourced parts. That should prove enough for a shakedown run, but let’s hope its price isn’t a shakedown of another kind.
Alfa Romeo’s Giulia has proven a capable, beautiful, and frustratingly mercurial car. And, as evidenced by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 2.0 it’s also now quite affordable. Let’s see if it’s cheap enough to overlook its temperament.
It’s been said that you’ll see more fake SS Chevys on the road than real ones. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe “Montibu” is the former but it makes no bones about being a custom. Let’s see if its price tag asks too many bones.